BERMUDA: Parting Shot

Bermuda, lying carelessly like a torn green leaf on a sunswept turquoise tile, is a warm and romantic group of islands where many a U. S. toiler escapes from traffic lights, Klaxons and carbon monoxide to bicycles and horse-drawn buggies. Bermuda is also the place where Governor Lieut. General Sir Reginald John Thoroton Hildyard's feet hurt.

For three and one-half years Sir Reginald has tried hard to persuade his Assembly to exempt him (as the Army and garbage are now exempt) from Bermuda's ban on the use of automobiles. The Assembly has always refused: the Governor could get about perfectly...

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